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Highlights of Current Issue    January-March  2023  | Vol 66 | Issue 1

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Towards a value-based research by building bridges and collaboration
Bharat Rekhi
Dear Readers, Wishing you all a Very Happy New Year, 2023. I feel honored and privileged to be elected as the new Editor-In-Chief of the prestigious Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology. I...
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Evaluation of tumor budding and its correlation with histomorphological prognostic markers in oral squamous cell carcinoma and its association with the epithelial-mesenchymal transition process
Kusum Yadav, Tejasvita Singh, Kachnar Varma, Mudita Bhargava, Vatsala Misra
Objective: To evaluate the association of tumor budding (TB) with prognostic histomorphological parameters in oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) and to investigate the correlation of TB inte...
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Senescence in oral lichen planus as assessed by the immunohistochemical evaluation of senescence marker protein-30 (Regucalcin)
Celestina D Peter, R Shashidara, Vipin Jain, Vanishree C Haragannavar, Pradeep Samuel, Suhas R Nayak
Background: Oral lichen planus is a T-cell-mediated chronic inflammatory disease affecting approximately 1% to 2% of the population, the etiology of which is currently unknown. The ob...
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Kocuria kristinae - An unusual opportunistic pathogen in head and neck malignancy: Case series from central India's regional cancer care centre
Priyanka Chaubey, Vandana Mohta, Manisha Mishra, Aniruddha Wagh, Satsheel Sapre
Introduction: Kocuria kristinae is a commensal organism, sometimes considered as a lab contaminant, but its repeated isolation from clinical samples in immunocompromised patients should raise...
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